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Fishery Bulletin; V.115 #3 July 2017

Title:
Fishery Bulletin, V. 115, No. 3, July 2017
Format:
Paperback
USA Price: 
Stock:
In stock
GPO Stock Number:
703-023-00134-3
Description

Fishery Bulletin, published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is the oldest and most prestigious marine fishery science journal in the United States. The Bulletin publishes original research within the broad discipline of fishery science. Research fields include the following: ecology, oceanography, and limnology; mariculture; ocean pollution; physiology, behavior, and taxonomy of fishes and other marine organisms; gear technology; and mathematics, statistics, and economics relating to commercial and recreational fishing practices.

The articles in Fishery Bulletin are written by scientists of NOAA, the Smithsonian Institution, and U.S. universities and wildlife agencies, as well as by scientists from around the world. Government officials rely on the science documented in the articles published in Fishery Bulletin for developing U.S. policy on both fishing regulations and conservation measures. Quarterly periodical.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents:

 

273-283

John B. Walden, Rolf Färe, and Shawna Grosskopf

Measuring change in productivity of a fishery with the Bennet–Bowley indicator

 

284-299

Nancy J. Brown-Peterson, Robert T. Leaf, Amy M. Schueller, and Michael J. Andres

Reproductive dynamics of Gulf menhaden (Brevoortia patronus) in the northern Gulf of Mexico: effects on stock assessments

 

300-325

Kelsey M. Kuykendall, Eric N. Powell, John M. Klinck, Paula T. Moreno, and Robert T. Leaf

Management strategy evaluation for the Atlantic surfclam (Spisula solidissima) using a spatially explicit, vessel-based fisheries model

 

326-342

Peter-John F. Hulson, Dana H. Hanselman, and S. Kalei Shotwell

Investigations into the distribution of sample sizes for determining age composition of multiple species

 

343-354

David A. Somerton, Kresimir Williams, and Matthew D. Campbell

Quantifying the behavior of fish in response to a moving camera vehicle by using benthic stereo cameras and target tracking

 

355-364

Freddy O. López Quintero, Javier E. Contreras-Reyes, and Rodrigo Wiff

Incorporating uncertainty into a length-based estimator of natural mortality in fish populations

 

365-379

Juan M. Molina, Gabriela E. Blasina, and Andrea C. Lopez Cazorla

Age and growth of the highly exploited narrownose smooth-hound (Mustelus schmitti) (Pisces: Elasmobranchii)

 

380-395

Mariana Tolotti, Robert Bauer, Fabien Forget, Pascal Bach, Laurent Dagorn, and Paulo Travassos

Fine-scale vertical movements of oceanic whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus)

 

396-407

Gustavo J. Macchi, Karina Rodrigues, Marina V. Diaz, and María I. Militelli

Effects of skipped spawning on the reproductive potential of Argentine hake (Merluccius hubbsi)

 

408-418

Daniel W. Cullen and Bradley G. Stevens

Use of an underwater video system to record observations of black sea bass (Centropristis striata) in waters off the coast of Maryland

 

419-432

Stacey L. Harter, Heather Moe, John K. Reed, and Andrew W. David

Fish assemblages associated with red grouper pits at Pulley Ridge, a mesophotic reef in the Gulf of Mexico

Audience

Government officials rely on the science documented in the articles published in Fishery Bulletin for developing U.S. policy on both fishing regulations and conservation measures. Scientists, marine biologists, students and teachers studying marine life and preservation, and members of the general public interested in fishing and marine fishery science would find this Bulletin of great value.

Product Details

Availability Details:
In Stock
USA Price:
$19.00
International Price:
$26.60
Publisher:
Commerce Dept., NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service, Scientific Publications Office
Weight:
1.3125
Quantity Price:
Discount
Cover:
Paper
Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Item available Date:
07/31/2017
Last Status Update:
11/02/2017
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